I'm from Ontario, so I can't speak to the healthcare in BC, but I did find some links that may help. I work in a hospital in Ontario, and I know from experience that a lot of information can be gleaned by calling a practice office (such as the office of an ENT or otolaryngology clinic at a local hospital) to ask them if they perform the procedure you're asking about - even if they don't, they should have an idea of an ENT in the area that does. Your family doctor may have some information too.
Here is what I found:
The best way to find the information is probably by calling offices - good luck!!
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